Kids

Welcome to The Kindness Project

Right now, it seems like no one can agree on anything. One thing we can all agree on? We all could use more kindness.

Here you’ll find everything you need to guide your



through six weeks of growing in Kindness.

By the end of this project, you’ll get an honorary degree in Kindness (well…not officially, but we can get you a certificate if you’d like!)

Kids

Here’s How It’ll Work

1. Find your people

This can be your family, your friends, or a C6 small group through Central!

JOIN A C6 GROUP

2. Videos

Dive deeper into each week's main idea or re-watch Sunday's message!

3.Activities

Okay, we see that eye roll you’re thinking “who’s got time for activities?” but really growing in kindness starts with laughter and fun, plus you’ll get to know your group on a whole new level!

4. Conversation

Okay, you watched the video, had some fun getting to know each other, next step - conversation! Below you’ll find conversation starters for kids, students, and you kids at heart - because kindness matters at every age!

5. Challenge

Now it’s time to put kindness into action—we’ll help you out with some ideas, or come up with your own kindness goals!

Have questions? Need help? Have a
great story to share?

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The Kindness Project is been inspired by Shaunti Feldhahn's book, The Kindness Challenge. Buy the book at Baker Book House and receive a discount when you use promo code Kindness at checkout!
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PREVIEW WEEK

Challenge

Find your people—your friends, family, or small group.
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Week 1

The Divine Kind

Conversation Starters

Challenge

Every day this week take time to write down one way God has been kind to you. Share it with your group, friends, or family.

Week 2

Kindness is a superpower

Conversation Starters

Challenge

Take time this week to implement one of the following ways to be intentionally kind from Hal Donaldson’s book “Your Next 24 Hours”. Report back to the group next week what that looked like for you, and for the recipient of the kindness.

  • Use social media to track people’s birthdays and send them emails or texts of appreciation on their special day.
  • Sweep the sidewalks, rake the leaves, or shovel the snow for neighbors while they are at work or away for the weekend.
  • Organize a group of friends to pick up litter in your town.